If there is a Wikipedia article about you, we would like to add your ORCID iD to it.
You can tell us what your ORCID iD is, so that we can add it to the article - just leave a note on the talk page, or contact ORCID's Wikipedian in Residence (or add it yourself, as described elsewhere, if you know how).
You can also mention that there is an article about you, in the text part of the biography on your ORCID profile (example). Eventually, ORCID may add a parameter specially for this (and/or for the Wikidata equivalent).
Please do not create a Wikipedia article about yourself – here's why.
If you edit Wikipedia, or one of its sister projects, then we suggest that you add your ORCID iD to your user page, by following our guidance for Wikipedians
Getting an ORCID iD
If you don't have an ORCID iD, you can register for one at http://orcid.org
- How we use ORCID iDs in Wikipedia
- How Institutions can help add ORCID iDs for their staff/students etc
- Adding an audio recording of your voice to Wikipedia - why you should do it, and how.
- How to report problems in an article about you (also for suggesting updates)